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Re: ext3 and data=journal bug



Mark A Basil <mbasil alabanza com> wrote:
>
> Thanks, Andrew.
> 
> Most webservers are, in fact, mostly read-only.  But these are more of a 
> complete  hosting solution, so they are web/mail/pop/sql servers.  I've run 
> about 8 different benchmarking tests, 4 per ordered/journal modes, and 
> journal wins out by far.  The times for reads/writes in journal'd mode were 
> nearly 1/4th of those in ordered.  

Ah, OK.

I assume you have experimented with large journals?  That seems to always be a
win in that sort of situation.

> Also, I was testing with the elevator settings at 
> read = 16384 and write =  8192
> 
> So,  I'm going to push for data=journal if I am positive that the sync bug had 
> been fixed.  Any ideas on that?

It's fixed.






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